Blue collar workers are putting their God-given talents to work, in God-inspired service. Friends in Action International makes that kind of life-changing activity happen in many places. Executive Director Matt Durkee gives Family Life insights into how Friends in Action makes construction work happen in places where infrastructure needs are significant. This, he says, brings … Continue reading Missions Pulse – Friends in Action – 08/21/23
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Family Life “Missions Pulse” How can various parts of the Christian Church interact with others, particularly those who were in an Amish community, but left not only their home but their religious background? Joe Keim, himself formerly Amish, has launched a ministry to welcome and support others who decided to give up their identities as … Continue reading Missions Pulse – Joe Keim – 07/24/23
Family Life “Missions Pulse” While Russian and Ukrainian fighters are on the front lines of what has become a 500-day war in Europe, Christian mission workers are on the “front lines” of helping those civilians caught up in the crossfire. It is not only the deaths and destruction of infrastructure directly related to weapons and … Continue reading Missions Pulse – Mission Eurasia in Ukraine – 07/17/23
Missions Pulse A husband and wife couple serve as translation specialists with Pioneer Bible Translators. By integrating Bible translation and Scripture engagement, they provide enduring access to God’s Word for people in West Africa. There are very few followers of Jesus among their target people group. Having Scripture in their own language is an important … Continue reading Missions Pulse – Bible Translators – 07/03/23
Financial debt is one of the biggest hurdles faced by future missionaries. David Hasz, president of Bethany Global University, says the school provides a way for students to exchange 18-months of service on the mission field for tuition.
What can you do as U.S. soldiers work to get Americans and interpreters who helped the military out of Taliban-controlled Afghanistan? Praying is the most essential thing. Dr. Tom Copeland with Colorado Christian University unpacks other ways you can pitch in as folks flee the Middle Eastern nation.
See, taste, and smell in the land where Jesus walked. Passages is an organization that helps students dig deeper roots of faith by visiting Israel to explore the land and culture of the Bible. Executive Director Scott Phillips unpacks more, including the resilience he’s seen among members of the Jewish and Arab communities after recent … Continue reading Missions in Action Ep.18
Poverty, malnutrition, and a loss of parents are common realities for children in Haiti. But Jonah Turner tells us how Hope for Haiti’s Children is working to nurture, educate, and train children through sponsorships, homes, and schooling that includes meals, skills for the future, and the hope of Jesus for each day.
Dr. Elliott Tenpenny, heads up the international health unit for Samaritan’s Purse. The health care team reaches out to hard-hit communities worldwide. Earlier this year, the Christian relief group deployed its Emergency Field Hospital in NYC, where the coronavirus pandemic had overwhelmed the local medical capacity.
Jim Willard heads up The Impact Project, a ministry that does home repairs for local people in need. Numerous volunteers are needed for each construction project in New York’s Southern Tier.